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up vote 2 down vote favorite This is a simple code to show a simple listview with images and text. I've tried cleaning, building, restarting, deleting R, fixing imports. This will rebuild your project along with dealing with some other issues in android that can sometimes cause the R.java file to not update after you change an xml layoutfile. Sign in to report inappropriate content. this content

R.android.whatever, and R.yourpackage.whatever. Free Trial Sign In Techdegree Tracks Library Community Support Android Shane McC 3,005 Points over 2 years ago by Shane McC Shane McC 3,005 Points Cannot be resolved or is not Remove that line (import) and it's done :D share|improve this answer answered Sep 12 '13 at 7:17 Shishir Gupta 5861626 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Following this EXCELLENT share|improve this answer answered Jun 3 '11 at 2:29 Jake 311 add a comment| up vote 3 down vote As Jake has mentioned, the problem might be because of copy/paste code. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3296047/id-cannot-be-resolved-or-is-not-a-field-error

Cannot Be Resolved Or Is Not A Field Java

Sign in Email Address Password I forgot my password Sign in 12,581,319 members (78,888 online) Sign in Email Password Forgot your password? Yes eclipse is buggy that way but netbeans does not support android that well. When you need to use two classes that are named the same thing, as is the case with the auto-generated R class, then you can import one of them and you Try building your program as is, remove import R and it should be fine.

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